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Nepal

Nestled away in the lap of the Himalayas, Nepal is home to eight of the world’s tallest mountains - including Mount Everest - the world's highest peak. Officially known as the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, it is a landlocked country, covering an area of 147,181 sq kms. Bordered by India to the South, East and West and China to the North, it is precisely located in South Asia.

The beautiful mountain nation has much to allure the tourists. Katmandu, the capital city has many Buddhist Temples, shrouded in mystic aura. The ornate royal palaces and temples that are built in traditional pagoda style function as open administrative centres, thus, allowing tourists to explore their elegance.



General Information

  • 147,181
  • Tribhuvan International Airport
  • KATHMANDU
  • 29,624,035
  • 21

Connectivity

AIRWAYS :

Flight to Kathmandu are available from all the major cities of India. There are non-stop flight from Delhi and Mumbai, whereas Bengaluru, Kolkata, and Chennai have one stop flights. Travelling by air is the easiest way to reach Nepal, and the flights are readily available at affordable rates from New Delhi. All the major carriers have regular flights that will take you to the Nepal capital Kathmandu

ROADWAYS :

Flight to Kathmandu are available from all the major cities of India. There are non-stop flight from Delhi and Mumbai, whereas Bengaluru, Kolkata, and Chennai have one stop flights. Travelling by air is the easiest way to reach Nepal, and the flights are readily available at affordable rates from New Delhi. All the major carriers have regular flights that will take you to the Nepal capital Kathmandu

RAILWAYS :

There is only one train that connects Nepal to India at the border of Uttar Pradesh, the Janakpur-Jayanagar train. This train is very rushy, and it is not recommended to take this train. Duration of travel: It will take you 14-15 hours approximately. Approximate cost per person: It will cost you INR 2000-3000 approximately.

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